Calpal Calorie Counter Allows You To Eat What You Want

Centennial, CO (PressExposure) September 17, 2009 -- Counting calories and monitoring the portions of food a person eats, allows them to lose weight and continue to eat the foods they like, only in moderation.

“I have been on several diets over the years and lost weight, only to gain it back and then some, because I binge on the foods that I missed. I’m tired of eating boring foods and starving myself to lose weight. I started using the Calpal calorie counter using their exclusive 24 Calorie Countdown and ate the same foods I typically eat, but it made me resize my portions. This alone helped me start losing weight within the first week.” Barbara says.

Counting calories is the most logical way to lose weight. There is a simple explanation for weight gain. A person gains weight when they eat more calories than their body burns in a day. These extra calories are then turned into fat. With the Calpal calorie counter people learn the basics to eating fewer calories than their body can burn each day resulting in a calorie deficit and ultimately losing weight. When you achieve a calorie deficit, your body turns to stored fat for extra energy to get you through the day and you lose that weight.

“Using the Calpal calorie counter and losing weight in my first few days got me on track to better things. Once we see success we start watching the things we do and that’s when I started wanting to eat better and lose even more weight. My results in the first month were eye-opening and I would recommend the Calpal calorie counter to anyone looking to lose weight the right way.” Barbara continued.

For more information on the Calpal calorie counter and get on track to lose weight the right way, please go to http://www.Calpal.com today.

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Press Release Submitted On: September 17, 2009 at 11:50 am
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